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Camber on a Quatrro

Sonny Singh Jun 4, 2018

  1. Sonny Singh

    Sonny Singh Audi A4 DTM

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    hi guys

    having fitted air ride to the car, i now have the opportunity of driving low but i gdo get a bit of rubbage when i go around a bend.

    esspecially on the rear.

    question is, can i have a slight camber on all 4 wheels or do the wheels all have to be straight?

    thank you
     
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  3. OliNix

    OliNix Active Member

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    You can, will be detrimental to handling and tyre wear though. Legality is also questionable depending how much camber you go for.
     
  4. Sonny Singh

    Sonny Singh Audi A4 DTM

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    So basically I’m better off reducing the spacer size and have a bit more tuck


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  5. i3oricua

    i3oricua Active Member Team Brill Red Audi A4 Saloon

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    You'll be fine. You can't add that much camber anyways without changing or adding some parts. I had to add camber to my rears to fit my 10.5" wide wheels when I had them on. But as stated above, you might experience premature tire wear. Hope you like buying tires every few months.
     
  6. OliNix

    OliNix Active Member

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    Yes, best for handling and tyre wear is to reduce the spacer. If you want the stanced wideboy look, go with camber but be prepared to eat tyres.

    I have assumed you are talking about adding 2-4deg of camber with some custom arms, not just winding the camber on on the standard arms. The effect is the same, just to different degrees of severity.
     

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